Marketing Opportunity for Small Businesses with LinkNYC
LinkNYC is providing screen space for small businesses looking to drive business to their local shops. Appearing every 140 seconds, ads will be visible to pedestrians, shoppers and bikers on high traffic sidewalks.
Ideal for promoting events and special discounts at boutiques, restaurants and more, these special packages are designed for small businesses to make a maximum impact at an affordable price. Advertise on one Link for $250/week or two Links Continue reading →
W New York – Union Square Gourd-ous Social Media Contest
See your face on a pumpkin this October. The W New York – Union Square is offering you the chance to see your face alongside celebrities in their “Gourd-geous Pumpkin Patch” window display. All you have to do is post your selfie with the hashtag #WSMASHINGSELFIES and tag @wnyunionsquare on Twitter or Instagram for a chance to win. Famed pumpkin carver Hugh McMahon has carved just about every famous face onto a pumpkin, and will carve the winning selfie.
If you want a selfie-pumpkin you can take home, you can book the #WSMASHINGSELFIES Package for stays Continue reading →
Four new Wi-Fi kiosks have been installed and are operating along Third Avenue between 15th and 19th streets, just two blocks east of Union Square Park. The kiosks, called LinkNYC, are part of a City contract to repurpose payphone infrastructure. Continue reading →
Today, New York City’s Economic Development Corporation (EDC) announced plans to redevelop a city-owned site currently occupied by P.C. Richard & Son located within the Union Square district at 124 East 14th Street. A call for proposals includes guidelines encouraging developers to build office space that targets startups that outgrow incubators Continue reading →
Just last month, USP released the new 2015 Commercial Market Report detailing the office and retail activity within the district. Union Square’s creative atmosphere and 24-hour community continues to draw in major office leasing activity including heavy hitter Continue reading →
Last week, the Commercial Observer reported digital advertising and media management software developer Centro Inc. leased two full floors at 841 Broadway, one block south of Union Square Park and a few floors up from Max Brenner’s chocolate paradise. Centro Inc. is the latest tech company to find a home in the neighborhood, joining Mashable, BuzzFeed, Urban Compass, and host of other companies. The lease brings 841 Broadway to full occupancy.